Planner 2009 Ready for Kindle

planner_screenshot_smallRight after I posted Calendar for Kindle as a free download a few weeks ago, I got a bunch of feedback about how folks would really like it to work. Calendar was intended as a quick reference, but many of you are like me and find it helpful to be able to keep notes and reminders on the Kindle using the keypad (one of the BIG advantages that the Kindle has over other ereaders). In fact, I have found myself using Notepad more and more, sitting at Starbucks or at my daughter’s indoor lacrosse practice, not fumbling for a pen and the back of a store receipt to take a note on. I really like being able to view all my notes at once by selecting “My Notes and Marks” while I have Notepad open.

So, long story short, based on your feedback, I created Planner 2009 for Kindle and you can get it on the Downloads page (see tab above). Here you can keep your date reminders in an orderly way, but still navigate around the year pretty quickly with the linked months on the start page and the “back button.” (I was glad to hear Leslie Nicoll mention this underused navigation resource her Kindle Chronicles interview a week or so ago!) I also included a “Year at a Glance” page and some instructions for use.

Go ahead and grab the Planner for free and let me know what you think!

  1 comment for “Planner 2009 Ready for Kindle

  1. Deb Grier
    February 7, 2009 at 2:27 pm

    Greetings, I just discovered your site through the Amazon Discussion page and have downloaded the calendar and notepad. I can’t wait to use them!

    Has anyone given any thought to creating a way so that you can keep read books on your Kindle in one area and unread books in another area? (Besides using the SD card?).

    Perhaps 2.0 will have that feature but I’ll be using my 1.0 for quite a while and it would be great if I could use the content manager to view read vs unread books.

    Thanks for a great site.

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